Mega-Nile was once comparable in surface area to Lake Michigan (22,394 sq miles) in the US, Lake Tanganyika (12,703 sq miles) in East Africa, and Lake Baikal (12,248 sq miles) in Siberia. Here is the latest on the vast expanse of the Nile during the last interglacial period.
Related reading: Water Systems Connected Nile and Central Africa; Climate Change Indicates a Dynamic Earth; When the Sahara Was Wet; Noah's Flood: Where and When?; Genesis and Climate Change; The Bi-polar Seesaw; South American Glaciers Growing; Genesis and Climate Change; Climate Cycles and Noah's Flood;Two Environmentalists Knock Heads; Lower Solar Irradiance, Higher Atmospheric Temps?; Noah's Homeland in Historical Perspective; 4,500 Year Harbor at Wadi al-Jarf
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